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Calendarium astrologicum: or an almanack for the year of Christ 1700. It being the bissexstile or leap-year. Containing the general state of the said year: with the sign each day therein, eclipses, terms, high-water, sun and moons [sic] rising and setting, number of bishopricks, cities, market-towns and parishes in England and Wales. Together with a description of the most eminent roads in England from town to town, and the certain time of any mart or fair, in any of them. Also, rules of physick and husbandry, with a chronology of memorable things, and sundry other pleasant and useful observations. By Thomas Trigge, gent. Student in physick and astrology, [sic]

Thomas Trigge

London : printed by B. Griffin for the Company of Stationers, 1700. Great Britain England London.

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